By Kiersten LeeLearning how to use a new period product can be overwhelming. For peace of mind, read on for everything you need to know about menstrual cups:
By Alexia S
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By Leah Simpkins
Over the course of their lifetime, a person who menstruates can throw away an estimated 400 pounds of packaging from their period products - most of which will end up in our landfills and sewer systems, and at times, will wash up on the shores of our local beaches.
Do disposable period products have to be our norm? Absolutely not.